So I completely forgot that I had this blog for like two years and now my queue is completely empty and my taste in music has gotten a little more expansive. Most of the blogs I follow seem inactive so I need to follow more.
If you reboot
The Rolling Stones
or Pink Floyd
Please reblog so I can follow you!
On this day in music history: February 13, 1965 - “The Rolling Stones, Now!”, the third album by The Rolling Stones is released. Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham, it is recorded at Regent Sound and Olympic Studios in London and RCA Studios in Hollywood, CA from June 8 - November 10, 1964. Issued the US as the follow up to “12x5”, the album is a compilation with tracks drawn from the bands second UK album “Rolling Stones No. 2”, and padded with songs released previously as singles in the UK. Five tracks on the US “Now!” album later surface on the UK edition of “Out Of Our Heads”. “Heart Of Stone” is issued as a single in the US and peaks at #19 on the Hot 100. The Willie Dixon penned “Little Red Rooster” is released as a single in the UK and hits number one. In 2002, the album is remastered and reissued as a hybrid SACD in digipack packaging. The hybrid disc goes out of print just a couple of years later and subplanted by a standard redbook CD release which remains in print today. “The Rolling Stones, Now!” will peak at number five on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Gold by the RIAA.
it’s so painful to love artists and bands especially from the sixties and seventies because you find this music that to you are so revolutionary and these people that speak to your heart and you feel the melody, the rhythm, the lyrics and the voice all through your veins, in your bones, and you see them as the young versions of themselves, and it’s like getting hit by a bus when they die, because to you, they are their young, vibrant and full of life selves, and it hurts so much when you’re reminded that they’re not